Molecular Electric Transducers as Motion Sensors: A Review
AbstractThis article reviews the development of a new category of motion sensors including linear and angular accelerometers and seismometers based on molecular electronic transducer (MET) technology. This technology utilizes a liquid not only as an inertial mass, but also as one of the main elements in the conversion of mechanical motion into electric current. The amplification process is similar to that in a vacuum triode. Therefore, it is possible to achieve signal amplification close to 108. Motion sensors demonstrating wide frequency and dynamic range and sensitivity that are one to two orders of magnitude better than MEMS devices of the same size have been developed. View Full-Text
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Huang, H.; Agafonov, V.; Yu, H. Molecular Electric Transducers as Motion Sensors: A Review. Sensors 2013, 13, 4581-4597.
Huang H, Agafonov V, Yu H. Molecular Electric Transducers as Motion Sensors: A Review. Sensors. 2013; 13(4):4581-4597.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huang, Hai; Agafonov, Vadim; Yu, Hongyu. 2013. "Molecular Electric Transducers as Motion Sensors: A Review." Sensors 13, no. 4: 4581-4597.